David Galloway is chair of Logos Scotland. He is former President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. He is married to Christine and live in Argyll and Bute. They have two daughters and 4 lively grandchildren.
Shirley has been involved in business and ministry roles throughout her life. At present she is working part time as a Church leader at Findlay Church in Glasgow as well as being on various Boards and Advisory teams.
Kenneth MacKenzie leads a fund manager, property investment and advisory firm specialising in the senior living sector. A chartered accountant, Kenneth has over 45 years business leadership experience. He holds Director/Trustee positions on 6 charity boards.
Catriona Murray is from the Isle of Lewis, where she is a lecturer in Gaelic history, folklore and development issues, with the University of the Highlands and Islands. She blogs about faith, community politics and life as a widow. For relaxation, she likes walking her dog, reading, writing and pursuing a lifelong interest in supernatural folklore.
Brent Haywood is a partner in the independent Scottish law firm Lindsays LLP, he is a solicitor advocate and an accredited mediator. He is an elder in his local church and involved in the work of the Lawyers Christian Fellowship. A Kiwi, Brent moved to Scotland 30 years ago and is a lifelong runner, with numerous marathons and ultra-marathons under his belt.
Elaine is the Chief Executive of the Scottish Bible Society. Elaine is not only enthusiastic about people having a Bible in their own language, also in helping people understand it and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ through it. Originally from Cumbria, Elaine now lives in Glasgow, works in Edinburgh and supports the Scottish rugby team.
Derek is a property lawyer and lives in Edinburgh with his wife Anne. They have 2 grown up children. His interests include books, golf, tennis and discussing ideas around the Christian faith and issues of free speech.